What makes the best, the best? by John LaCorte
Bill Belichick does it again! No Tom Brady, no problem! There’s no denying the dude can coach some football! 3rd string rookie QB last Thursday night and they beat the Texans, who many consider one of the better teams in the NFL.
How do guys like Belichick, Urban Meyer, and Nick Saban get it done on a consistent basis? Constantly seeming to not skip a beat when big name guys are out or move on to the next level.
In Nick Saban’s book How Good Do You Want to Be?: A Champions Tips on How to Lead and Succeed at Work and in Life, he says “recognize certain traits that seem to be in every champion: passion, commitment, confidence, pride in performance, high standards of excellence, relentlessness, perseverance, and the ability to perform in adverse circumstances.”
The New England Patriots, the Ohio State Buckeyes, and the Alabama Crimson Tide create a championship culture by placing an emphasis on development of each athlete, having high expectations of excellence and accountability from the top down. These expectations are passed down to each player who comes through their program. These expectations allow them to find themselves competing at the highest level every year.
Here at LPT we not only want to provide athletes with the best tools to develop their physical skills, but also create a championship culture that helps them become excellent leaders on their teams.
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